As finals approach, there are a number of steps students can take to prepare for them, said Learning Specialist Mary Turner during her Brown Bag about finals preparation on... Read More →
Between final exams, seasonal affective disorder and the doldrums that linger around the holiday season, stress can be a serious problem for students and their families, said OCCC Counselor... Read More →
Students looking to volunteer their time this holiday season have a number of great choices, said Student Life Coordinator Brittany Carradine. She said in addition to the list of... Read More →
While many are out shopping for Christmas presents at this time of year, some families in Oklahoma City are finding joy in another cultural holiday, said Temple B’nai... Read More →
The elections are over. Obama is in again, and that’s that. But after hearing more of the same sophistry spouted off even after the elections have ended, I think... Read More →
Internships can be the best way to get a foot in the door, said Student Employment and Career Services Director Debra Vaughn.
And one of the best ways... Read More →
Oklahoma City has a lot of good food and a lot of cheap food. Finding a place that offers both, however, can be a bit like pulling a rabbit... Read More →
Howdy, everyone! Sorry for the delay. Fall break, the flu, and a deluge of tests collaborated to prevent me from getting regular posts up. But I am once again wroth... Read More →
The issue of free speech and open debate among students is at the forefront of political science major Mary Newcome-Hatch’s mind. Newcome-Hatch’s solution is to implement a designated Free... Read More →
OCCC’s annual Halloween Carnival will be a bit smaller and more focused on the campus community this year, said Student Life Coordinator Brittany Carradine.
The carnival, which... Read More →